Episode 3: The Creative Spirituality of Compassion with Dr. Shakti Butler

In this episode, Roxy and Sarah are joined by filmmaker, dreamer, and transformative educator, Dr. Shakti Butler. Dr. Butler gets deep into the unifying power of love, spirituality, and dreams as inspirations and energizers for our creativity and our antiracism work. Together, we travel with Dr. Butler into her early years growing up in Harlem, and learn how she was impacted by both family history and civil rights leaders advocating passionately for liberation. Dr. Butler shares her creative process and makes profound connections between compassion, connection, community, and transformation.

Episode 3: The Creative Spirituality of Compassion with Dr. Shakti Butler

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About Shakti

Shakti Butler, PhD. is a visionary, dreamer, filmmaker, transformative learning educator, wife, mother, grandmother, and friend to many. She is the President and Founder of World Trust Educational Service, Inc., a non-profit transformative educational organization. Rooted in love and justice, World Trust produces films, curricula, workshops, and programs that are catalysts for institutional, structural, and cultural change. Dr. Butler is an inspirational speaker, facilitator, trainer, and lecturer who is sought after by schools, universities, public and private organizations, and faith-based institutions. Dr. Butler has produced five documentaries and served as the diversity consultant and advisor on the Oscar-winning Disney animated film, Zootopia, which focuses on challenging bias and systemic inequity.

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